If you actually sit down and talk with a commodity farmer, they start to sound a lot like the typical small farmer -- only with a gazilion times more corn.
Shell wants to use Seattle's port as a staging ground, but citizens and protestors are cooking up plans to block the oil giant's scheme.
Oil companies are buying rights to extract crude from bitumen carbonates in Alberta, even though it's hard-to-reach, expensive, and filthy.
Less rain means fewer clouds, fewer clouds means more sun, more sun means more solar power.
Climate scientists curtailing their air travel would only make a tiny dent in carbon emissions, but a new paper argues they should do it anyway.
And they could help you get a date.
Heavy regulation of oil trains will.
Make it a family affair.
A community solar project in Seattle is powering the real sharing economy.
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